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What to Do if Your Company Receives a Delisting Notice From NASDAQ or NYSE-AMEX

April 25, 2012

As our previous articles have discussed, as a result of a number of factors, including negative allegations from short sellers and suspicion from regulators, Chinese companies with stock that trades publicly in the U.S. have faced unprecedented challenges in the last 18 months. Among these challenges, for companies whose stock is traded on Nasdaq or listed on the NYSE-AMEX, is the potential for delisting from these premier markets.

China Series

What to Do if Your Auditor or Audit Committee Requests and Investigation

April 11, 2012

As discussed in previous articles, the past year has been largely negative for U.S. listed Chinese companies. As a result of numerous accounting scandals and allegations by short sellers, many U.S. listed Chinese companies have undertaken an independent investigation at the requests of either their independent auditor and/or the audit committee of the company’s board of directors.

China Series

What to Do if Your Auditor or Audit Commitee Requests an Investigation

April 11, 2012

As discussed in previous articles, the past year has been largely negative for U.S. listed Chinese companies. As a result of numerous accounting scandals and allegations by short sellers, many U.S. listed Chinese companies have undertaken an independent investigation at the requests of either their independent auditor and/or the audit committee of the company’s board of directors.